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Over 700 3D scientific specimens and artifacts from the museum’s world-renowned collection now available online.
The California Academy of Sciences hires Dr. Pim Bongaerts as its newest curator and coral biologist.
Deep mesophotic reefs are unique systems bursting with life and deserving of lasting protection.
iNaturalist users help scientists observe more than 7,500 species in 126 Parks during an unprecedented push.
The Academy's latest aquarium exhibit will highlight mysterious deep coral reefs.
Explore the mysterious “twilight zone,” celebrate Asteroid Day, and treat Dad to a sleepover for Father's Day
Summer music series returns to pair emerging bands and cutting-edge art and science.
The Academy rounds out its “dream team” with two new coral reef curators and $8.5 million investment in science.
Bay Area youth will prototype exciting science-themed games about California food, water, and energy.
“City Nature Challenge” participants will use iNaturalist to explore California’s legendary wildlife, 4/14–21.
A look at the outer realms of the solar system and indoor “glamping” mark the Academy highlights this May.
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